Site is less than a year old, great rankings given its age vs age of competitors, unique visits are going up and up and up every month. Very happy with the results and am getting ready to start making money on this soon. All my link building has been focused on links to the homepage, not a ton, maybe 40 or so linking root domains. I finally got a sitewide (about 500 pages total) link from a non-spammy PR2 niche related blog that points to a second tier page. I just did a small 3 month test to see if this is a route I want to take and limit any possible damage. We'll 7 days later rankings have dropped for that page. The third tier pages coming from it appear to have remain solid, but all other rankings for terms related to that page have dropped by 5-10 spots. Obviously the strategy was to distribute juice to the third tier pages connected to the second tier page. Rest of the site is fine. Is this normal? Is the sitewide blog link strategy not a good idea, should I instead be trying to get blog posts?